Offer: Buy T-Mobile’s $100 Refill Card and Get a Free Samsung Galaxy On5 and SIM Starter Kit


With everyone caught up in the back to school rush, T-Mobile has something cool for you, especially if the Christmas holiday took a huge toll on your bank account.

For just $100 spent, you can grab yourself a free Samsung Galaxy On5 2015 smartphone from T-Mobile. However, this deal is available only for prepaid and not postpaid users of the carrier. Of course, one would argue that the Galaxy On5 is not the best of phones out there, which is true, but given that you are getting this phone free of charge makes it a great deal to take advantage of while it lasts.

In order to get this phone, all you need is to get a T-Mobile prepaid Refill Card that is worth $100. With this card, you’ll have paid for the service of the phone, meaning you get it free of charge. Usually, T-Mobile sells this Samsung Galaxy On5 handset for $149.99, but this time you don’t have to pay anything regarding this fee. It gets even more interesting as this deal also does away with the fee charged for the SIM Starter Kit, which is usually $20. In short, you will end up saving a tune of up to $169.99 when you take this deal.

Samsung Galaxy On5

If you are in the market for a new phone and this T-Mobile deal excites you, be warned that the free Samsung Galaxy On5 will not ship until somewhere between February 6 and February 21. The phone, as noted earlier, is not the best of phones out there, but it will take you through the usual day-to-day tasks.

There is a 5-inch TFT display screen with 720p resolution. Under the hood, you get a quad-core Exynos 3475 processor clocked at a speed of 1.3GHz and is paired with a RAM of 1.5GB. The storage on board is just 8GB, but this can be expanded via a dedicated microSD card slot that can house up to 128GB. The back of the phone has a 5MP snapper while the front has a smaller 2MP snapper for selfies. There is support for 4G LTE, Android Marshmallow and a battery unit of 2600mAh.

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